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Act of Contrition
Acts of Faith, Hope & Charity, & Votive Prayer for Charity
Angelus & Regina Caeli
Confiteor

Divine Praises

Grace Before & After Meals
Litany of Humility

Litany of St Joseph

Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Litany of the Holy Name of Jesus
Litany of the Most Precious Blood
Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Litany of the Saints
Morning & Evening Prayers

Novena Prayer to St Philomena

Prayer for the Conversion of Australia
Prayers & Litany to Holy Michael the Archangel

Prayers & Litany to Our Guardian Angel

Prayers & Litany to St Joseph
Prayers & Litany to the Blessed Virgin Mary
Prayers & Litany to
the Holy Ghost &
Veni Creator
Prayers & Novena for the Souls in Purgatory
Prayers & Novena to St Martin De Porres
Prayers & Novena to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, & Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Prayers Before & After Confession
Prayers Before Mass, Prayers Before Holy Communion, Prayers After Holy Communion & Thanksgiving After Mass

Prayers for Priests & Vocations

Prayers, Novena & Litany to St Anne
Prayers, Novenas & Litany to St Jude Thaddeus
The Prayers & Mysteries of the Holy Rosary
Various Prayers
Votive Prayers for Rain, Fine Weather & to Avert Storms
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Thoughts for the Week
 
 

 

Tenth Sunday after Pentecost

Thoughts for the Week - Fr R Taouk 
13th August 2017

The Life of Christ as Signified in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
by Rev. Fr. Peter F. Sfeir

1. The Annunciation and the Mystery of Incarnation recalled by the preparation of the Mass, putting on of the sacred vestments and the preparation of bread and wine.
 
2. The Nativity of Our Lord is recalled by the Gloria, which was sung by the Angels at His birth.
 
3. The hidden life of Christ at Nazareth, spent in work and prayers is represented by the Kyrie, the Collect and other prayers.
 
4. The preaching of the Prophets, that of St. John the Baptist and that of the 70 Disciples announcing the coming of Christ and preparing the people to receive Him, are represented by the reading of the Sequence and the Epistle.
 
5. The preaching of Our Lord to the crowds is recalled by the reading of the Gospel. The recital of the Creed after the Gospel by the Priest and the people, represents those who received the Word of Jesus.
 
6. The washing of the Apostles' feet before the Last Supper is recalled by the washing of the Priest's fingers.
 
7. The Triumphal entry of Christ into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday is recalled by the singing of the Hosanna before the Consecration.
 
8. The Last Supper is represented and renewed in the Consecration.
 
9. The sufferings of Christ are vividly represented by the many Signs of the Cross over the Host and the Chalice, also by the two Elevations and by the breaking of the Host. His death is represented by the separation of the two species of bread and wine.
 
10. The Resurrection is recalled by the mixing of the two species of bread and wine.
 
11. His Apparitions after the Resurrection are recalled by the blessing and graces we receive from the Chalice.
 
12. His Ascension and the imparting of His last blessing are recalled by the last blessing given by the Priest at the end of the Mass.